Demystifying Medicine Video



E-cigarettes have recently become popularized and are thought to be a healthy alternative to smoking cigarettes. This video debunks this myth by explaining what e-cigarettes are and how they work, as well as delving into the effects that they have on the body. The video also suggests resources and healthy alternatives to smoking for those who want to quit.

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